The National Centre for Peace and Development held a workshop at the centers’ hall on the 7th of October 2020. The workshop was about the sovereign of human rights and international human rights conventions for journalists. The course’s presenter was Dr. Rafat Mirghani El Amin.  A total of  8 journalists from different news publications joined the workshop.  The event was important as the International human rights conventions and the protocols attached to them were re-introduced to the journalists joining the workshop. Important topics about international protocols, agreements and treaties were discussed along with the elimination of all forms of discrimination. From debates about the death penalty to topics regarding concepts of agreements were presented and discussed.

Fighting Student Violence and Understanding the Culture of Acceptance of Others

A training workshop was held by the National Council for Peace and Development at Nyala University in the hall of the Training Center from the  8th to the 9th of July 2018. The workshop explained in detail the definition of the project and its goal (combating student violence – spreading the culture of peace and accepting others) and wished that the Peace Club members would play a positive role among their colleagues and be messengers of peace in their university and local communities.

From Dr.Abakar Ali Abdul Majeed, Professor Othman Al-Tayeb Abdullah and Professor Mahmoud Muhammad Abdulaziz presented topics about Human Rights, Student Violence, Communication skills, the role of civil society in peace-making – conflict resolution and facilitating difficult talks.

The workshop was concluded with a speech by the representative of the National Center for Peace and Development, who stressed the need for social cohesion and the activation of the Peace Club at the University and Peace in conclusion.